Lung Cancer

Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer?

…this many times before, but it’s a warning we all need to heed if cell phones cause cancer. Is History Repeating? Cigarette manufacturers pushed back for three decades, saying smoking doesn’t cause lung cancer. Do we want to wait 30 years to find out just how pervasive the carcinogenic dangers from…

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

…Breast Cancer Awareness Month’s mission is clear: To educate and empower women so that they may take control of their own breast health to defeat, if not prevent, breast cancer. Breast cancer afflicts approximately one in every eight women, and kills one in every 35. It is second only to lung cancer as…

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Are Teenagers Setting Themselves Up for Heart Disease?

…heart disease. Plus, like regular cigarettes, hookah can cause lung cancer later in life. In fact, an epidemiological study conducted by a researcher at the American Cancer Society, found that who smoked water pipes experienced lung cancer at five times the rate of non-smokers. This is something we need…

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The 14 Most Dangerous Toxins to the Heart

…contribute to breast cancer. 11. Xenoestrogens. These man-made chemicals, which are used in many common everyday products, have estrogenic properties and can affect sex hormone activity. They may also increase the risk of hormone-sensitive cancers such as breast, uterine, or prostate cancer. Common sources…

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Secondhand Smoke Even Hurts Your Pets

…, and higher rates of oral cancers (when cats lick their smoke-laden fur, grooming themselves delivers toxins to the mouth). Dogs cohabitating with smokers are at risk for lung and nasal cancers. Short-nosed dogs, like boxers, face higher chances of developing lung cancer, whereas longer-nosed canines…

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The Heart Health Benefits of Watermelon

…Carotenoids lycopene and beta carotene that neutralize free radicals to prevent heart disease, cancer, and other diseases. Research shows that lycopene decreases the risk for cancer of the breast, prostate, endometrium, lung and colon, and other diseases. * Vitamins A and C which bolster your immune system. One…

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5 Top Heart Health Mistakes

…too. Here Are 5 Things You Should Avoid for Good Heart Health Heart Health Mistake #1: Smoking. Not only does this addiction precipitate lung and pancreatic cancer, smoking is one of the heart disease risk factors. It can cause heart disease and a three-fold increase in age-related macular degeneration…

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How Dangerous is Your Bathroom?

…of human consumption. Others may contribute to physical dilemmas ranging from cancer to infertility. We have long known that fragrances in perfumes, hair sprays, and even some skin creams can trigger asthma and other lung issues for those who are environmentally sensitive. Dr. Sinatra and I have even…

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The Health-Boosting Power of Pure Maple Syrup

…Boosters * Polyphenols that may have cancer-fighting properties, which are even more effective than blueberries, broccoli, carrots, and tomatoes. In fact, Seerem and his team reported that pure maple syrup can slow the growth of cancerous cells in the prostate and lungs substantially. Plus it can help to…

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